Intellectual Capital Accounting - Lesław Niemczyk, PhD

The presentation from V. International Scientific Conference "MANAGEMENT 2014 - Business, Management and Social Sciences Research" 26.09.2014

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Comment by Leslaw Niemczyk on October 1, 2014 at 7:49am

Change your way of thinking about accounting and balance sheets!

Intellectual capital accounting (or post-industrial accounting) is a full, mature and ready to use theory which helps knowledge based entities to obtain a true and fair view of their activities in financial statements. One of the most important parts of these financial statements is an intellectual capital financial report. The focal point of intellectual capital financial reports is the knowledge based balance sheet. 

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